Re: [midatlanticretro] Video link: PDP8
- "Bill Degnan" <billdeg@...> writes:
>> I'll be taking possession of some Nashua and Marlborough d|i|g|i|t|a|lOne of the items is a rack of DECtapes which were Andy Goldstein's.
>> history in about two weeks and I'm hoping to be able to give it a home
>> in the museum. I've already emailed Evan with some details. The only
>> issue is getting through all of HP's (Hopelessly Pathetic) paperwork to
>> allow me to own the equipment which they acquired when they purchased
>> Compaq which purchased up DEC.
>I hope it works out, Evan did not tell us (the board of MARCH), but that's
>not important, I just wanted to know why you were posting this movie.
Evan asked who he was. Andy wrote the drivers for the DECtape for
RSX. At the 20th Anniversary for VMS, Andy rigged up a DECtape to
>> BTW, Bill, it seems this is a small world after all. I was looking atGreat, I didn't know if you knew them or only hosted their web sites.
>> your hosting site and I saw that you are hosting the web sites for both
>> The Red Masque and Lynnette Shelley. I know them very well being that
>> they're a progressive rock band. I run and host the premier progressive
>> rock internet radio station, Aural Moon. I'm here in a photograph with
>> Andrew and Brandon of The Red Masque and others as we visited Brian Van
>> Korn of The Red Masque in RWJUMC hospital where he'd been suffering for
>> several months with transverse mylitis. Sadly, the lovely Lynnette took
>> the photo, so she's not in it.
>> I'm the tall bearded chap NOT in the hospital bed.
>The world continues to shrink. I sat in once with their band at a show.
>That's me with the yellow mask, playing theremin with The Red Masque a few